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HTC Wildfire X to go on sale in India on August 22 via Flipkart

The HTC Wildfire X sports a 6.22-inch (15.8 cm) waterdrop display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels and the screen-to-body ratio of 88.8 percent.

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 14-08-2019 16:10 IST | Created: 14-08-2019 13:51 IST
HTC Wildfire X to go on sale in India on August 22 via Flipkart
The HTC Wildfire X sports a 6.22-inch (15.8 cm) waterdrop display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels and 88.8 percent screen-to-body ratio. Image Credit: HTC

Continuing its journey of innovation, Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC re-enters Indian market with new smartphone HTC Wildfire X, just two days after the company teased a mystery phone with a waterdrop-style notch on micro-blogging website Twitter. Earlier, it was speculated that HTC would make a comeback with Desire 19 plus, which was launched back in June 2019 in Taiwan.

Launched on Flipkart, HTC Wildfire X is available in two variants: 3GB RAM 32GB storage and 4GB RAM + 128GB internal storage. The phone comes with a hybrid microSD card slot which supports storage expansion up to 256GB and automatic Cloud backup for storing a plethora of pictures, videos, apps, files, and everything.

The HTC Wildfire X sports a 6.22-inch (15.8 cm) waterdrop display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels and 88.8 percent screen-to-body ratio. The phone is powered by octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor and runs on Android Pie 9.

The smartphone comes with a personal security feature called 'MyBuddy' which helps the users to track their device's location with ease. It can trigger a loud alarm and also transmit the real-time audio or video of the surrounding if the user feels threatened or senses danger.

The HTC Wildfire X houses 8-megapixel selfie camera and triple rear camera setup that includes:

  • 12 MP (Main, 1.25 micrometer)
  • 8 MP (2X Optical Zoom)
  • 5 MP (Depth)

It also features a 2x Lossless Optical Zoom and an 8x Hybrid Zoom and Bokeh Mode with Depth Adjustment to capture exceptional shots. The smartphone is equipped with a 3,300 mAH Li-Polymer Battery and supports 10W fast charging.

Image Credit: Flipkart

Also Read: HTC likely to launch Desire 19+ for India comeback; teases smartphone on social media

Lastly, HTC is also offering six months No-Questions-Asked Accidental Damage Protection, one-year comprehensive warranty, and complimentary pick-up and drop facility for the Wildfire X. The phone is available in Sapphire Blue color and will go on sale starting August 22 at 12 PM.


Specifications HTC Wildfire X

6.22-inch (15.8 cm) IPS LCD display;

Waterdrop-style notch;

(720 x 1520 pixels) resolution;

88.8% screen-to-body ratio;

3D OPVD mirror finish

Processor and Operating System

Octa-core MTK Helio P22 (2.0 GHz)

Android Pie 9


3GB RAM + 32GB internal storage;

4GB RAM + 128GB internal storage;

microSD card slot (expandable upto 256GB);

automatic Cloud backup


3300 mAh Li-Polymer Battery

Fast charging 10W


Selfie Camera: 8MP

Triple Rear Camera setup

12MP (1.25 micrometer);

8MP (2X Optical Zoom);

5MP (depth sensor);

Bokeh effect


WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (Dual Band);

Bluetooth v4.1;

USB Type-C port;





Accelerometer; Gyro;

Proximity, Ambient light sensor


Mybuddy Distress Companion;


Face unlock;

Patter, PIN, Password



3.5mm audio jack


INR 10,999 (3GB|32GB)

INR 13,999 (4GB|128GB)



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